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Kelly and Marsha love fiber arts and want to inspire you! Marsha is an accomplished knitter and new spinner. Kelly is a spinner who knits and weaves. Fiber is one of the many shared interests after over 30 years of friendship. The show is about our adventures in knitting, spinning, dyeing and other fiber arts.
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Bible Fiber

Shelley Neese

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Welcome to Bible Fiber where we are encountering the textures and shades of the prophetic tapestry in a year-long study of the twelve minor prophets. I am Shelley Neese, president of The Jerusalem Connection, a Christian organization devoted to sharing the story of the people of Israel, both ancient and modern. Join us as we read one minor prophet a month!
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Fiber Coven Podcast

Fiber Coven

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A weekly witchy themed fiber arts podcast! We're a coven of two yarn witches trying to craft fiber magic through knitting, dyeing, spinning, and whatever we can get our witchy hands on. It's a long distance coven, so we thought we'd open it up to yarn witches across the globe so we can spread our black magics far and wide. Lauren is the dyer behind Valkyrie Fibers and Emily designs knitting patterns under the name Kitty With A Cupcake. New episodes drop on Tuesdays!
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Men of Low Moral Fiber

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Jason, Ben, and Corrigan play classic LucasArts video games (and related games) and talk about them. They cover the history, gameplay, and the most difficult puzzles from those old adventure games you love. Monkey Island, Indiana Jones, Sam & Max, and Day of the Tentacle are all covered here, plus a few insights, interviews, and some snazzy music. Plus a bunch more of course. New episodes up monthly. Relive your youth or someone else’s!
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Fiberton Acres

Fiberton Acres

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Fiberton Acres' Podcast looks at the funny side of horticulture and animal husbandry. We look at the history of the field, and mix in our crazy experiences in raising our fiber animals, farming and more!
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Techie Fiber

Techie Fiber

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We believe future is exciting. We wish to inspire people for the future. Our tool for that is Science and Technology. We wish to make people aware of the stories from the world of Science and Technology.
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Komikern och jämställdhetskämpen Emma Knyckare besöker olika pappersbruk och möter människorna bakom maskinerna. En industriosande poddserie med hjälmtvång – om hårt arbete, fördomar och om en mansdominerad värld i förändring. En podd från fackförbundet Pappers och UNG2020.
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Fiber Care

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we professionally clean and remove stains from carpet, sofa and mattress , carpet dries in 2 hours after deep extraction cleaning. Nontoxic cleaning solution, Anti dust mite,mattress cleaning,anti bacterial solution while cleaning carpet sofa and mattress.
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Fiber Nation

Interweave

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Join host Allison Korleski as she brings you stories from all corners of the yarniverse. From Victorian murder mysteries to the trenches of the Western Front, from deadly dyes to futuristic fabric, each episode explores the connections between fiber, history, and humanity.
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The Fiber Pod

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The fiber optic industry plays a critical role in the modern society. Everyday around the globe fiber networks are being deployed to connect everyone and everything. Magnus Angermund, who has more than 25 years of experience from the industry, interviews profiles within and around the fiber industry about interesting subjects, such as market trends and technical trends. It will also be deep dives in areas like investments, sea cables, build out in certain countries, market drivers and much more.
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Each day we all get up and get dressed, an action we take both seriously and utterly for granted. 1000 Fibers Connect Us explores with designers and manufacturer how what you wear arrives in your closet, and, with experts from different fields, clothing’s cultural and economic significance.
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Become Fiberminded

Christian Till

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Optical fiber is the future, enabling the high-speed broadband Internet connections everyone relies on. Christian Till, a fiber testing expert, interviews industry experts ranging from telecom operators and engineers to fiber technicians as well as telecommunications networking equipment and software services suppliers. Each episode contains powerful information to help you better understand fiber optic technology, stay on top of the latest trends, and enable you to efficiently build and mai ...
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It doesn't matter what labels you wear, it matters who you are underneath. Join author, speaker, shepherdess, farmer, and Earth Mamma Moriah Williams each Thursday in an exploration of Kindness through the journey of a life lived by the guiding spirit of Kindness. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/Kindfibers/support
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Our Out of Hibernation Along is underway so join us and bring your hibernating projects into the sunlight. We have one more month of the Winter Weave Along so there's still time to start or finish a weaving project. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the communit…
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Embroidered slippers from the Royal School of Needlework collection.Tambour jacket from the Royal School of Needlework collection. Dr. Susan Kay-Williams, Executive Director of the Royal School of Needlework, returns this week, along with RSN Curator Dr. Isabella Rosner, in a show sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery. Our topic for this sixth visit f…
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This week we are reading Ezekiel 6. In his previous demonstrations, Ezekiel centered his actions and oracles around his Jerusalem city model. After that drama, God instructed the prophet to turn and address a new audience, the mountains of Israel. God said, “Set your face towards the mountains of Israel and prophesy against them and say: You mounta…
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Happy new month everyone! We're back and better than ever and enjoying our annual visit from none other than Kyo Edmoundson talking all about this month's game: Dredge! Hope you got a chance play it because it's super fun and pretty dang short. Get in here and join us. We start things off with a little jibberjabber then touch on the development (15…
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News: Emily will be vending at the Frost Fair Goblin Market in the Atlanta, GA area on 2/17/24 https://timetravel.events/product/the-goblin-market-2024/ Emily will be vending at the Lexington Comic Con from 3/7 - 3/10 http://www.lexingtoncomiccon.com/ Join us at the Fiber Witch Festival hosted by Circle of Stitches on April 20th 2024 in Salem, Mass…
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Beth’s Susan Schlichter sampler from Queenstown Sampler Designs.The middle of the week is upon us once again and it’s time to talk stitching. This week’s topics include Fibonacci Swirls colorways, Kathy Andrews, sampler research, motifs and what we can learn about their history, the benefits of using quality threads, Beth’s empty scroll bar, stitch…
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Trevelyon’s Needlebook, and upcoming EGA class taught by Kathy Andrews.The maze in the Mary Parsons sampler.Kathy Andrews of The Unbroken Thread joins us this week for her fourth visit. The show is sponsored by the Embroiderers’ Guild of America. This week’s topics include Kathy’s upcoming EGA class, Trevelyon’s Needlebook. Registration closes Marc…
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This week we are reading Ezekiel 5, a continuation of the prophet’s bizarre series of sign-acts. The Lord commanded Ezekiel to get a sharp sword, instead of a barber’s razor, and shave his head and beard (5:1). The laws of Leviticus forbid priests from making bald spots on their head or shaving off the edges of their beards (Lev. 21:5). Yet, as a p…
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Needlework by Natasha Kellerman.A large number of games can be enjoyed at Dice & Needle.We’re joined this week by Natasha Kellerman, owner of Dice & Needle, a shop in Batesville, IN. What makes Dice & Needle unique is that it is as much a cross stitch shop as it is a gaming shop. There is no other shop, likely in the world, where you can stitch and…
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Progress on the woven square blanket, some trip knitting, a couple new sweater patterns in the queue, adventures in weaving, and we leave you with a cliffhanger. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or become a patron and support the show o…
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Prophetic sign-acts pop up frequently in the Major and Minor Prophets. They were real-life dramatizations that represented divine messages. I think of them as prophetic versions of immersive theater with object lessons. Knowing humans are visual, auditory, and tactile learners, God used all three communication methods to shake the covenant people o…
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We found the next Wednesday in the progression and gathered to chat about needlework. This week’s topics: Cindy finishing Debbie Rowley’s Fantasia, Honduras Threads, Fibonacci Squirrels? Swirls?, and using adequate light when stitching. We also have an extended discussion about the Craft Optics vision device. If you’ve ever considered buying one of…
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News: Emily will be vending at the Frost Fair Goblin Market in the Atlanta, GA area on 2/17/24 https://timetravel.events/product/the-goblin-market-2024/ Emily will be vending at the Lexington Comic Con from 3/7 - 3/10 http://www.lexingtoncomiccon.com/ Join us at the Fiber Witch Festival hosted by Circle of Stitches on April 20th 2024 in Salem, Mass…
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Some of the ladies of Honduras Threads preparing their needlework products for sale.Beautiful embroidery produced by the ladies of Honduras Threads.This week’s show is sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery. Our guests are M’Lou and Bill Bancroft, originators of Honduras Threads, which started with a church mission trip and has become a life-changing o…
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Join us as we go down the weaving rabbit hole with a discussion on surrendering to the creative process and bucking the rules. Plus, project updates and we announce an “Out of Hibernation Along”. Listen and join the fun. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the com…
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Deb Rucker’s Woodlawn award-winning design.Deb Rucker exhibition materials. Our focus for this first Sunday of Black History Month is Afrocentric needlework and our guest is Deb Rucker of Stitches of Heritage. Sassy Jacks Stitchery is our sponsor and to help recognize Black History Month, Sassy Jacks is offering a free pdf download of the Sassafras…
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Today we are studying the rest of Chapter 3. The section opens with the spirt of God once again lifting Ezekiel up to his feet after he had fallen prostrate at the sight of Yahweh’s glory (3:11). As the Spirit transported him to the colony of exiles in Tel Abib, Ezekiel heard the commotion of the living creatures’ wings and the rumbling of the char…
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Cindy’s Fibonacci Swirls floss toss. It’s going to look great.It’s time for another Midweek Chat. This week Cindy and Gary discuss counted-canvas work and how it fits in the stitching world, ANG and CyberPointers, beginning and ending threads, and keeping a project notebook. Overrated/underrated topics include corner measuring squares, adjustable s…
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News: Emily will be vending at the Frost Fair Goblin Market in the Atlanta, GA area on 2/17/24 https://timetravel.events/product/the-goblin-market-2024/ Join us at the Fiber Witch Festival hosted by Circle of Stitches on April 20th 2024 in Salem, Massachusetts, there will be exclusive Valkyrie Fibers self striping and Kitty With A Cupcake merch gal…
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“Life in Seasons” by Nicola JarvisFairhurst Fox, one of the projects in Life in Seasons. Nicola Jarvis returns this week to talk about her new book, “Life in Seasons: The Embroidered World of Nicola Jarvis.” The show is sponsored by Avlea Folk Embroidery and CyberPointers. Nicola’s book is published by the folks at “Inspirations” magazine. While it…
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Last week, we studied Ezekiel 1, the prophet’s first inaugural vision, which provided an intense peak at God’s heavenly throne chariot. The experience overwhelmed Ezekiel so much that he collapsed prostrate on the ground, which is where we find him in today’s episode when God verbally commissioned Ezekiel (2:1–3:11). Although Moses, Isaiah, and Jer…
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Ben's eldest kid, Olivia was on the podcast a few years ago but now they're back and bigger and better than ever and have a carefully curated list of their top 18 video games they're dying to tell you about. Olivia put a lot of time into this list and have very specific notes, so hopefully this episode can help you pick your next fun adventure, or …
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News: Emily will be vending at Show of Hands in Chicago on December 17th https://www.showofhandschicago.com/ this event is focused on last minute small gifts ahead of your winter festivities! Stay tuned for a possible appearance by Emily and Lauren at Sassy Magick and their second location, Sassy Magick Noir, in New Orleans in the first weekend of …
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Crewel work by Kate Barlow.Myrtle Blossom by Nicola Jarvis. Dr. Susan Kay-Williams, Executive Director of the Royal School of Needlework, returns this week in a show sponsored by Sassy Jacks Stitchery. We cover a long list of topics including what’s new with the RSN Stitch Bank (rsnstitchbank.org), one of the best, no-cost resources for needleworke…
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Marsha has an exciting addition to our fiber adventures. A new loom! Plus we have project updates and some listener comments. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or become a patron and support the show on our Patreon Page. Subscribe on App…
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We're a little behind the times but the holidays should be celebrated nonetheless. Here's to a great 2023 in the MOLMF Podomatic Universe and another one on the horizon in 2024. See you all in February for the start of our next season! As always, if you enjoyed this episode, please rate and review it in iTunes or wherever else you're listening to i…
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If you have ever dipped your toe in Ezekiel’s waters, you know why the book can feel unapproachable: the quirky symbolic gestures, the bizarre visions, complex allegories, and harsh oracles. However, Ezekiel has also carved out a permanent place in the imagination of every Bible reader with his vision of God’s throne-chariot, the valley of dry bone…
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The Edomites are unique in our miniseries because much of what we know about them is from the Bible. Although archaeologists have excavated ancient Edom, they have found few inscriptions or epigraphic evidence shedding light on the religion, language, or government of the Edomites. Yet, the Bible pays more attention to the Edomites than any other a…
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We're back and later than ever! Here's our December episode and it's the beautiful puzzle game The Gardens Between. As usual, we all felt very differently about this game, but in the end we all very much enjoyed the experience. Hope you got a chance to play it too! After our intros and game development chitchat we get into the gameplay (12:15) befo…
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Happy New Year! The Two Ewes recap their projects from 2023 and look forward to a productive and yarn-filled 2024. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or become a patron and support the show on our Patreon Page. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts…
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Welcome to Bible Fiber. I am Shelley Neese, president of The Jerusalem Connection, a Christian organization devoted to sharing the story of the people of Israel, both ancient and modern. One thing that makes reading the Hebrew scriptures difficult is that while the Bible is telling the story of one people, the Israelites, other ancient people group…
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News: No news this week! FO: Lauren - two crochet hats in Big Twist pride colorways from JoAnn https://www.joann.com/4oz-medium-weight-anti-pilling-acrylic-199yd-living-yarn-by-big-twist/zprd_18208611a.html WIPS: Emily - Northeasterly Blanket in Lantern Light Fellowship of the Rings Advent calendar mini skeins https://www.lanternlightyarn.com/ - Mo…
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We're back! Happy holidays and new years and all that: here's our belated November episode: Star Wars Jedi: Survivor! We were lucky to back Tyler Weaver back on the pod after he joined us for the first game, Jedi: Fallen Order. We had a lovely time, and can't wait to have him back for Star Wars Outlaws sometime in 2024. And despite what Jason conti…
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The Philistines were an ancient people of uncertain origins. They settled in the southern coastal region of ancient Canaan around the 12th century BCE. They formed a confederation of five coastal cities: Gath, Ashkelon, Ekron, Gaza, and Ashdod. The modern-day equivalent of their former territory covers most of the Gaza Strip and coastal Israel. Arc…
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Christmas knitting and some finished projects. Wishing everyone a happy holiday and a peaceful New Year. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry or become a patron and support the show on our Patreon Page. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Subscr…
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The Bible’s reference to Canaanites creates the impression to the modern reader that the Canaanites were a unified people group. Really, the term Canaanite is an umbrella term that applied to all the people groups living in the land of Canaan during the Middle and Late Bronze Age. We should not take Canaanite as an ethnic term. Canaan included many…
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In over seventy episodes over the course of two years, we have done a deep dive into the 12 Minor Prophets, a monthlong minicourse on why prophecy ended, and then tackled the postexilic books of Ezra and Nehemiah. The next book on the horizon for Bible Fiber is Ezekiel. But before we start a new book, I am giving a minicourse on the Peoples of the …
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News: Emily (and Lauren!) will be vending at the Crafty Supermarket in Cincinnati on 11/25, this is a free event and we will have stickers for podcast listeners! Emily will be vending at Galaxy Con in Columbus, OH on December 1-3 https://galaxycon.com/pages/galaxycon-columbus Stay tuned for a possible appearance by Emily and Lauren at Sassy Magick …
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When the biblical authors recorded Israel’s history, they presumed their audience was familiar with the Assyrians, Babylonians, Philistines, Amorites, Edomites, and the list goes on. I am sure that was a safe assumption at the time they wrote their story. However, most modern readers see the names of foreign people groups in the Bible as mere names…
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We’re back! The Two Ewes have been missing in action with work, travel, a vintage trailer rally, a knitting retreat, Thanksgiving, and a nasty cold. We have lots to talk about including project updates. Full notes with photos and links can be found in the podcast section of our shop website: TwoEwesFiberAdventures.com Join the community on Ravelry …
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News: Emily will be vending at Sacred Sheep in Portland, OR on 11/4 in the JunkYarn booth! Presale tickets have sold out for this event but tickets will still be available ‘first come, first serve’ on the day of the event Emily (and Lauren!) will be vending at the Crafty Supermarket in Cincinnati on 11/25 FO: None this week WIPS: Emily - Northeaste…
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We're finally doing it! Our epic episode on our latest favorite game ever: Baldur's Gate 3. Corri sat this one out but Ben and Jason had a grand old time talk the ins and outs of this epic adventure. Give it a listen as we kept it pretty spoiler-free throughout. Maybe in a a few months we'll circle back and do a full on spoiler-filled version once …
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This week we are studying Nehemiah 13. I divided the chapter into two parts to avoid rushing through the last nine verses of Nehemiah, which are thought-provoking to say the least. I have had part two of Nehemiah 13 written for weeks, but the events of October 7th took center stage in my mind and life and I assume they did for many of you as well. …
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